Sue Lyon

  1. Merrie Spaeth, The World of Henry Orient, 1964.    Merrie beat the Lolita star – and never made another film. She began her government experience as Special Assistant to FBI Director William Webster, and then, Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan and Director of Media Relations at the White House.  Beat that, Meryl!
  2. Ursula Andress, La decima vittima (The 10th Victim), Italy-France, 1965. Two licensed hunter-killers of the 21st Century are each other’s target for their tenth kill, and the riches that go with it. With his short blond hair and her gun in her bra, they have a robotic sheen,. He’s Marcello Mastroianni, she his real on-off lover, Ursula Andress…  after Ann-Margret, Sue Lyon and Kim Novak turned the other chic.
  3. Faye Dunaway, Bonnie and Clyde, 1966.
  4. Katharine Ross, The Graduate, 1967.     .
  5. Susan Anspach, Five Easy Pieces, 1970.     Susan got the role (her finest), her man (Jack Nicholson) and, consequentluy, their baby (Caleb).



 Birth year: 1946Death year: 2019Other name: Casting Calls:  4